Super Bowl organizers say game will stay in Los Angeles

The National Football League says the Super Bowl will remain in Los Angeles despite a recent spike in COVID cases.

According to the Associated Press, NFL officials and local organizers confirmed the news Thursday at a media event.

“We’re working with everyone here, with the LA County Health Department, to make sure all of our events are safe,” Katie Keenan, senior director of event operations at the LA, told The AP. NFL.

Earlier this month, the league reviewed emergency sites amid fears of a rise in COVID-19 cases in the region.

The league reiterated that it always searches for backup sites each year, the AP reported.

The 56th edition of the Super Bowl will take place on February 13 at SoFi Stadium.


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